Holiday Blues

Some years it seems impossible to beat the holiday ‘blues’. Stress, loneliness, grief, loss, conflict, and unrealistic expectations can cause us to focus our attention on what’s wrong or bad with ourselves, others, and the world around us.

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What is the simplest thing you can do to promote your mental health?

Drink water. Your brain is about 75-80% water. Brain cells require a precise balance of water and a variety of nutrients to operate properly.

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Goal Setting

Goal setting is a powerful process that helps us to reflect on things that we want to change or improve. Defining our goals provides clarity and points us in the direction we want to go. Goals give us purpose, help guide our lives, and challenge us to do better.

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Do You Trust Your Thoughts?

Thinking is something we all do. Thoughts arise from electrochemical signals and reactions that occur in our brain. These signals transform into symbols, language and meaning. Many things, including our environment, the circumstances we experience, our past history, intellect and genetics influence our thoughts.

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Is employment good or bad for your mental health?

There is a growing awareness of the significant influence that work can have on a person’s mental health and sense of well-being. Workplaces have an important role in promoting and maintaining the mental health and well-being of employees.

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New Year's Resolutions, Yes or No?

The debate as to whether New Year’s Resolutions are beneficial, useless or even harmful continues. Naysayers, will say resolutions are defeatist. Many if not most of us will fail to follow through with our New Year commitments within the first couple of weeks.

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